Latest in Tag: dispersal
Nubians reportedly agree to disperse protest with preconditions
Court issues its verdict against 66 defendents in ‘Al-Nahda sit-in dispersal’ retrial
52 defendants were sentenced to 15 years in prison
Fatma Lotfi
May 5, 2019
Cairo Criminal Court postpones trial of 738 ‘Rabaa sit-in dispersal’ defendants to 22 May
First court session of case held on 13 December 2015
Daily News Egypt
May 20, 2018
Nubians reportedly agree to disperse protest with preconditions
MP Mostafa Bakry said the protestors will not be followed by security forces following the dispersal
Daily News Egypt
November 23, 2016
Trial of photojournalist Shawkan, 738 other defendants adjourned to 8 October
Shawkan has been staying in pretrial detention for more than three years, which does not comply with Egypt’s penal code
Toqa Ezzidin
September 6, 2016
HRW calls on parliament to investigate Rabaa Al-Adaweya mass killings, compensate families
Human Rights Watch describes Rabaa Al-Adaweya dispersal as worst mass killing in modern history
Toqa Ezzidin
August 14, 2016
Calls to investigate Rabaa dispersal amid continued divide in narratives
Three years on, the perpetual indifference to opposing narratives is the sign of a divided society
Adham Youssef
August 13, 2016
Court postpones retrial of 11 defendants accused of murdering Kerdasa police officer
Farrag was killed from a distance of approximately 20 metres with a live round that hit him on the right side of his chest, testified the former Forensics Authority spokesman
Daily News Egypt
November 8, 2015
Cassation court annuls death sentences against 6 defendants in Kerdasa police killings
The Giza Criminal Court, presided over by Judge Nagy Shehata, had sentenced the defendants to death in February
Daily News Egypt
October 12, 2015
‘Rabaa operations room’ journalists’ appeal to be heard on 1 October
Thirteen journalists received life sentences and one was sentenced to death in the case
Nourhan Fahmy
September 30, 2015
Shawkan’s first trial session set for 12 December
ANHRI filed a report to the Prosecutor General Tuesday demanding Shawkan’s release
Nourhan Fahmy
September 16, 2015
Lawsuit demands banning ‘Rabaa’ slogan in elections
Administrative court postponed lawsuit to Tuesday
Nourhan Fahmy
September 7, 2015
Court postpones ‘storming of Helwan police station’ case to 29 September
Police station was stormed then set ablaze, leading to deaths of three police officers and three civilians, and the injury of 19 others
Nourhan Fahmy
August 23, 2015
Rabaa Al-Adaweya Square renamed after assassinated Prosecutor General
The request was made in order to “erase the memory” of the Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in, says Head of Judges Club
Nourhan Fahmy
July 16, 2015
Final verdict for SPAP and witnesses to Al-Sabbagh killing 26 September
Defence optimistic and expectant of acquittals
Amira El-Fekki
July 4, 2015
Court details acquittal verdict from protest charges in Al-Sabbagh’s case
It was just a celebration like ‘weddings’, states court
Amira El-Fekki
May 23, 2015
Court acquits SPAP members of protest charges in Al-Sabbagh case
“Verdict proves that police intentionally used force without necessity,” says defence lawyer
Amira El-Fekki
May 23, 2015
Capital punishment and the question of fair trials
Growing need for social dialogue in Egyptian society over capital punishment, says anthropology professor Reem Saad
Nourhan Fahmy
May 19, 2015
4 killed in violent clashes in Damietta
Basarta village enters sixth day of unrest with dozens of arrests
Amira El-Fekki
May 9, 2015
Court sentences 5 to death in Kerdasa police killings
Judge Nagy Shehata sentenced 183 of 188 defendants to death in February in same case
Nourhan Fahmy
May 4, 2015
Global campaign marks 600 days in prison without trial for photojournalist Shawkan
Former Al-Jazeera journalist Mohamed Fahmy leads intensive local and international battle to support Shawkan
Amira El-Fekki
April 6, 2015
Suspect policeman in Shaimaa Al-Sabbagh’s killing faces trial 10 May
CSF officer accused of accidental killing, deliberate injury by shooting
Amira El-Fekki
April 5, 2015
First trial session for 17 defendants in Al-Sabbagh case
Security forces harassed SPAP members and journalists in court
Amira El-Fekki
April 4, 2015
Prosecutor General accuses policeman of Al-Sabbagh’s killing
“Authorities intransigent towards defence lawyers and Al-Sabbagh’s colleagues,” says lawyer
Adham Youssef
March 17, 2015
Photojournalist Shawkan’s detention extended indefinitely
Abu Zeid has already spent 552 days in jail without trial
Mahmoud Mostafa
February 16, 2015
Verdict in Shura Council Case scheduled for 23 February
The Cairo Criminal Court has repeatedly postponed the retrial since June 2014.
Nourhan Fahmy
February 16, 2015
Mohamed Soltan in intensive care for 4th time
The detained activist has been on hunger strike for 325 days and refused medical treatment
Daily News Egypt
December 17, 2014
ANHRI demands transparency on American analyst’s deportation
Former diplomat was due to speak at Egyptian Council of Foreign Affairs conference, but was denied entry at airport
Daily News Egypt
December 15, 2014
Muslim Brotherhood denies army’s accusations of violence
Four protesters killed and 193 people arrested on first anniversary of Rabaa Al-Adaweya dispersal
Menna Zaki
August 17, 2014
Two die in Giza neighbourhood: FJP and police denies deaths
Protesters mark the one year anniversary of Rabaa amid high tensions
Hend Kortam
August 14, 2014
Egypt denies Human Right Watch heads entry ahead of Rabaa report
Hundreds of people were killed during the dispersal of pro-Morsi protest last year
Daily News Egypt
August 11, 2014

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